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Despite a slight delay, the onset of South West Monsoon in Karnataka is expected by the end of May or the first couple of days in the month of June.
With pre-monsoon showers lashing the city on an almost every day basis for the past week, residents are dreading the oncoming monsoon and the host of problems that it will bring.
The state will see the onset of monsoon on June 5 even as rains are likely to arrive a few days earlier on May 29 in Kerala. T
In Odisha, the weather office said, the exact date for arrival would depend on the low pressure which is likely to form over Arabian Sea off Kerala coast around May 25-26.
While the power utility safely negotiated the summer which was not as intense as feared, a poor monsoon could nevertheless disrupt its calculations, plunging the state into a crisis.
As per the forecast, SW monsoon might have an onset in Kerala on May 29, with an error of plus or minus four days.
Even as the onset of monsoon is not far too away, the monsoon preparedness work is hardly complete and the city of Mumbai is most likely to face another deluge like last year.
Southwest monsoon may arrive early this year in the state, according to forecasts by private weather agencies.
Rain predictions in India is far from accurate because the meteorological models used at present reportedly ignores the conditions emanating from the sprawling 8,60,000 sq km Ganga river basin.
Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development (MAUD) K T Rama Rao on Friday directed Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) officials to prepare themselves as
While Nagapattinam district has the potential to cultivate kuruvai over four lakh acres, seed availability is just eight tonnes, sources said.
IMD Officials have warned of thunderstorms accompanied by strong winds in Vizag, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam and East Godavari districts for the next 48 hours.
Myanmar does not recognise Rohingya as an ethnic group and insists that they are Bangladeshi migrants living illegally in the country.
For the third consecutive year that India will be having a normal monsoon, said K J Ramesh, director-general, IMD.
The monsoon will be 97 per cent of long period average (LPA), which is normal for the season, IMD Director General K G Ramesh told a press conference.